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    Good JavaScript editor?

    Does anybody know a good JavaScript editor?
    I've tried three: "jsEditor", "Yaldex JSFactory" and "Javascript plus".
    But I don't know which is better.
    Does anybody have any idea? May be more editors?

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    Re: Good JavaScript editor?

    i would use Dreamwever if i had the money, but i use FrontPage when i make JS's the only problem is that frontpage does not carry a good array of lookups, it just "kina helps you out."

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    Re: Good JavaScript editor?

    Try http://www.evrsoft.com/ 1st Page 2000 It's an all-purpose editor with a little bit of javascript functionality built into it. It might be a little too simplistic for your needs, but it's free so you have nothing to lose by trying it.
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    Re: Good JavaScript editor?

    Quote Originally Posted by igor-111
    Does anybody know a good JavaScript editor?
    I've tried three: "jsEditor", "Yaldex JSFactory" and "Javascript plus".
    But I don't know which is better.
    Does anybody have any idea? May be more editors?
    there is also EditPadPro the free version/trial. It can be used for number of syntaxes/scripts (you can set it to javascript in options).

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    Re: Good JavaScript editor?

    There are many JavaScript editors but I think that you can use JSFactory. Itís more convenient for JavaScript developers.
    http://yaldex.com/JSFactory_Pro.htm
    Last edited by HTML; 03-06-2007 at 10:45 AM.

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    Smile Re: Good JavaScript editor?

    I like Homesite 5.5 from Macromedia. While primarily an HTML editor, Homesite's Javascript editing is a nicely colorcoded presentation and combines both HTML and script editing together. While not free, the cost is resonable by today's standards.



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